My two cents

Many of the readers on this site probably know how I feel about the big two companies, like which one is my favorite and which one isn’t.

But for those who don’t know let me tell you.

I grew up loving Marvel, in fact I still am fond for a lot of the characters, started getting into DC late last year now I am more of a DC fan then I am a Marvel one. Continue reading

Wanted: Mark Millar writes for Hollywood but so what

When it comes to comic book writing talent it seems that Europe provides some of the most unique and fresh voices in comic books  names like Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Garth Ennis, Grant Morrison and of course Mark Millar. Continue reading

Stop Stealing My Money: Event Books Bleed the Consumer Dry

Superman rips through dimensions gathering a storm of other supermen to aid him in his fight against a evil vampire Monitor, all while on earth the rest of the DCU superheroes square off against villains being mind controlled by Darkseid using the anti-life equation in the city of Blüdhaven. Superman returns somehow after doing battle with Superboy-Prime and memorizing the schematics of some device presented to him by the Legion of Superheroes. The funny thing though is the reader doesn’t know this and they are confused because they picked up the wrong trade paperback. Continue reading

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